Fifteen members of the Uganda Law Society (ULS) led by Caleb Alaka have written a petition seeking to suspend the Attorney General Peter Nyombi from their profession on grounds of being an embarrassment and exhibiting irresponsible behaviour as a lawyer.
The Constitutional Court has today continued with the case against the Members of Parliament expelled from the National Resistance Movement (NRM) despite communication from the Supreme Court to stay the case.
The four expelled Members of Parliament expelled from the National Resistance Movement (NRM) have asked Constitutional Court to halt the hearing of the party\'s petition seeking to force them to relinquish their seats in the house.
At least 22 students of Makerere have this morning been arrested by police and detained at Kawempe police station as they staged a protest over the closure of the university. Makerere University Council closed the institution on Wednesday last week at the height of a sit-down strike by lecturers, who want a 100 percent salary increment.
Police in Rwanda are having in detention a Ugandan National on charges of human trafficking. David Behakanira who hails from Bushenyi is suspected to have been trafficking Rwandan girls to Uganda where they are forced to sleep with men at his hotel located in the district.
Justice Jane Kiggundu of the High Court has confessed to mourners how she left her husband Patrick Kiggundu, the former Kyotera Member of Parliament, after a nasty accident which left him crippled and incapacitated. Patrick Kiggundu, also a former Corporation Secretary at the New Vision, died on Friday after spending 15 years bedridden following the nasty accident in June 1998.
Properties worth millions of shillings were on Sunday night burnt to ashes in a fire incident that gutted hotel Pan Afric in Lira town.
The fire that broke out at around 11:15 pm on Sunday reportedly is believed to have been sparked of by electricity power irregularity at the hotel.
Residents of Kyangwali in Hoima district have petitioned the Office of the Prime Minister protesting eviction, as government resettles Congolese refugees from Bundibugyo to Kyangwali refugee settlement camp. On Wednesday last week, government began the relocation of 20,000 refugees from Bubukwanga Refugee Transit center in Bundibugyo district to Kyangwali.